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Season’s Greetings from Me to You!

Hello All, I just wanted to take a quick moment to thank all my friends, readers and subscribers for all the love and support throughout the year.  May 2016 be prosperous, transformative and of course …Super! And don’t forget, if you need a gift for that deserving Super Sistah in your life? I have your […]

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Hate or Hashtag?

A white friend, who I like and admire, recently posted a picture on her Facebook page of a police officer holding a sign saying #AllLivesMatter, more specifically, #PoliceLivesMatter. Ahhhh, duh. I consider this person well-read and in touch with the world in which we live in, so I was disappointed that she would post something […]

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Becoming Badu

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I was told recently that my image, my profile and my persona needed a makeover, a do-over and a facelift. My personal brand needed to be more positive, more chill and much more Zen. It was suggested that I emulate more popular writers and try to be a tad more upbeat. It was good advice […]

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This Weird Thing Called Life Podcast Interview w/Stephanie Small

Sometimes you need to hear the truth & @theSuperSistah brings it for women who are ready for great relationships says Nadia of the weekly podcast show, This Weird Thing We Call Life. If you missed the interview about the book Black Girl’s Guide to Winning at Love & Life then catch it on the rewind […]

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The Caitlyn Controversy

I don’t usually write or talk about reality TV stars, cause well, I just don’t. Putting the spotlight on people who crave the spotlight seems like a waste of time so I just refrain. While I don’t want to paint all reality TV folks with the same brush, I’ll still state with confidence and conviction […]

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Sistah Support System

Social Service, called welfare back in the day, was built originally to support the needs of the nation’s poor, needy and sick. The goal of the program was to give a helping hand to those without support. Whether you agree with the program in its current form, its originators understood one basic human fact: all […]

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Black Girls Rock?

With shame and regret I admit that when it aired the first time I missed it. I forgot it was on. I didn’t watch it as I should have but that doesn’t mean I don’t have a comment on the commentary floating around the internet pertaining to the show Black Girl Rock. Lord, help me […]

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Trimming the Tree

I don’t know about you but I’m not a dedicated personal groomer. I floss, bathe, shave and keep myself clean and looking my best, but I’m against spending hours in the salon or makeup chair. I scorn the idea of Saturdays wasted getting mani-pedi’s, waxing, plucking or pulling hair out of everywhere. Weekends are for […]

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Black History Month Book Sale – BGG2W

For the rest of the month of February read the self-help guide, Black Girl’s Guide to Winning at Love and Life for just .99 cents! Author Stephanie Small celebrates black love, black lives and black history for the month of February and every month throughout the year! Get your copy today! Available at Amazon, Barnes […]

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Love, Loss and Chandeliers

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Finding love also means learning how to see it – God, how I love Oprah. She comes up with these amazing quotes seemingly out of thin air. I wish I could do that. Mostly I have to content myself with reusing quotes that other brilliant minds have uttered. I’m ok with that though. Not everyone […]

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Too Busy Ballin’

I’ve had some positive life changes recently. Things are looking up, up, up. As with most changes, even positive ones come with their fair share of challenges. When life takes a turn in the right direction sometimes we unintentionally lose sight of what’s important. If you’re like me you get distracted and let certain things […]

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Get It Together Girl Blog Talk Radio Interview

When it comes to love, author Stephanie Small says we need to approach it a lot like war. Forty-seven percent of Black women will never wear a wedding dress and are losing the battle for love overall. Her book, Black Girl’s Guide to Winning at Love and Life, addresses the biases, baggage and brainwashing that […]

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